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  1. Jennifer Roller, The Raymond John Wean Foundation

    Jennifer Roller has been with the Wean Foundation since 2007 and served most recently as vice president and interim president. Roller has represented the Foundation’s interests as a committed civic leader, staying abreast of current civic affairs and trends. Alongside the Foundation’s past two presidents, she has worked closely with… Read More

  2. Steve Fowler, United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania

    Steve Fowler is the Research Specialist for the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania. A Washington D.C. native turned proud Pittsburgher, he shifted away from politics to work in non-profit development. 1. Tell us about your cool job as Research Specialist at the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania. This position evolved… Read More

  3. Kristy Giandomenico, Leadership Pittsburgh Inc.

    1. Tell us about your cool job. What exactly do you do on a daily basis? As the Programs Assistant, a lot of my focus is on two of our programs: Community Leadership Course for Veterans (CLCV) and Leadership Development Initiative (LDI). Currently, I have been working on the recruitment… Read More

  4. To Thine Own Organization Be True

    In order to have a sound nonprofit organization that can deliver on its mission, it is essential to have solid organizational infrastructure. By Caroline E. Boyce, CAE, President & CEO Would you prepare to renovate a building without a thorough assessment of the building’s existing conditions? No you would not…. Read More

  5. Is your organization adaptable to change?

    By Emma Gilmore Kieran If you’re like the leaders at most organizations, this will sound familiar. The week before the first Board meeting of the new fiscal year, you spend days – and often nights – working and working and working to come up with new ideas – how you’ll… Read More

  6. Leadership Reframe – Aiming Toward Three Outcomes, Together

    By Rick Martin, Senior Consultant, Organization & Leadership Effectiveness, The Ohio State University Increasingly, managers at all levels are being challenged to adapt to an ever-changing environment or become irrelevant. Things change – whether from societal or market forces, or from shifting priorities. Whatever your title is, it probably doesn’t… Read More

  7. 10 Management Practices to Drive Results

    By: Daniel Horgan, CEO of D.G. Horgan Group (www.dghorgangroup.com) Company overview: D.G. Horgan Group drives impact through effective leadership and organizational development across the talent pipeline. Our customized training experiences, consulting partnerships and coaching practices are all designed to build skills, maximize performance and deliver results for individuals, teams and… Read More

  8. A FEW MINUTES WITH KEVIN JENKINS, EVP & COO, MANCHESTER BIDWELL CORPORATION

    Kevin Jenkins is the Executive Vice President and COO at Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC). In this role, Kevin works closely with MBC’s directors and vice presidents to manage the day-to-day operations of the corporation. Kevin came to MBC from The Pittsburgh Foundation, one of the nation’s oldest community foundations. Jenkins… Read More

  9. 8 Tips for Building the Most Effective Relationships, by Yvonne Freeman

    Yvonne Freeman is the former Executive Director of the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County, Ohio – http://www.humanservicechamber.org/. She left that role in the fall of 2015 to pursue the next chapter in her professional life. The Human Service Chamber of Franklin County, established in January 2010, is an association… Read More

  10. Eight Things Executive Directors Need to Stop Doing in 2016

    Dani A. Robbins, Strategist, Principal, Founder, Non Profit Evolution The fascinating thing about being a consultant and people paying you to make recommendations is that they generally listen to your suggestions. They don’t always implement them but they at least consider them. Friends, on the other hand, call when they’re… Read More